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Dollar Academy Aug 13
After the success of last year, ResearchED is back at Dollar on 28 September! To find out more and to purchase tickets, please click here:
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Tes Aug 10
'Some pieces of advice you'll receive as a teacher will be utterly invaluable, others will be complete and utter bollocks' – debunks some of the worst teaching advice you'll hear
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Robin Macpherson FRSA Aug 8
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Kate Jones Aug 12
Who has been to yet? I can’t wait to be there soon at the 👏🏻 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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EduMod Aug 12
This weekend we've got sessions on social mobility, diversity, artificial intelligence and mental health with & Sadia Hussain-Savuk. See you there?
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researchED Dublin Feb 25
The new magazine has now landed in Ireland, featuring a tremendous 6-page interview by with ‘Research Legend’ . We’re thrilled that Professor Kirschner will be joining us in Dublin on October 5th for .
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Dylan Wiliam Aug 2
I despair. peddling nonsense about the role of technology in preparing our children for jobs that don't exist yet: . Do they believe this stuff or do they know it's garbage but print it anyway? Not sure which is worse...
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Dylan Wiliam Aug 2
"Inventing ourselves" by is a wonderful account of the neuroscience of the developing adolescent brain. And it's now available on Kindle in the US: . If you look after—or work with—adolescents, you need to read this book ...
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Robin Macpherson FRSA Aug 2
launches on Monday Aug 5th at on the Royal Mile. & Prof Walter Humes will debate the case for CfE2.0. Please RT! Tickets at
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researchED Jul 22
It’s true! researchED National Conference is now SOLD OUT. Join us, and 1500 other teachers, leaders, academics and beautiful minds to keep building the evidence revolution in education Do you want to know more? (Y/N) Join us at other events!
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Taylor & Francis Research Insights Jul 19
Hi! We thought you & your followers may be interested in the latest podcast. It features Arnold Glass on his research into the effects of on success. Learn more & listen here: 👨‍🏫📱🧠
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Tes Jul 14
Poor working memory could be behind the attainment gap – so it's important you're able to adapt your teaching to support struggling pupils, says , who offers five ways to do just that
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Dylan Wiliam Jul 9
A French study of at-risk students in 1st grade classrooms finds that getting teachers to use research-informed approaches to reading is far more cost-effective than class-size reduction, but inexplicably, recommends we should do both: ($)
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Tom Bennett Jul 9
Very excited to announce this, and proud to be series editor. I hope it’s useful to some people.
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Tom Bennett Jul 5
Very honoured to be part of this team. Experts to drive “real change” in support of teachers’ wellbeing
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Mr Allan Jul 5
Booked! Looking forward to this. 👍
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Jamie Thom Jul 5
Really looking forward to speaking at this again in September. Last year was brilliant, manages to track down a phenomenal line up of speakers and is an amazing venue.
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researchED Scotland Jul 5
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Dylan Wiliam Jul 3
A review of research on "flipped" classrooms finds that there is little evidence either way about impact on student achievement, and most studies are so poorly theorized that studies are difficult, if not impossible, to compare:
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researchED Scotland Jul 5
tickets are on sale now, and the line-up is looking strong. Sept 28th . Don't miss out!
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